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mohikan22 12 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 11:27AM
FANTASTIC! great light and colour
matt.

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28 Dec 2007 11:35AM
You caught the moment well
28 Dec 2007 11:39AM
Great timing, an excellent shot
Newtman 10 2 5
28 Dec 2007 11:49AM
Magnificent image, well captured.
David
28 Dec 2007 11:52AM
great shot well done.
lbs 8 Australia
28 Dec 2007 11:57AM
Great shot.
Lee
oldhat 8 18 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 12:08PM
Beautifully captured
Gerald
cheesey 10 2 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 12:13PM
Cracking image, perfect timing. Regards Cheesey.
28 Dec 2007 1:00PM
stunning image nicely captured, andys0707
Great timing and a great looking image a of this lovely bird of prey.
The way the bird is flying showing ts under side has been captured perfectly.

Richie.
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
28 Dec 2007 1:46PM
Fantastic capture of flight detail
Richard
28 Dec 2007 2:22PM
Brilliant shot.
Nick
Jools3 8 England
28 Dec 2007 2:34PM
Magic moment.......Magnificent.....
28 Dec 2007 3:29PM
Fantastic capture - so glad to see its not a captive bird, wild ones are much harder to catch like this but much more satisfying.

Birdyian
leeg 13 165
28 Dec 2007 3:38PM
Indeed BirdyIan :o) I have no interest in captive birds for photography - they're nice to get close to and see what they're like close up mind you!

Thanks for all the comments
thetriguy 11 23 12 United States
28 Dec 2007 3:50PM
As they've all said, great capture. But a buzzard? Come to Northern Virginia and I'll show you some real ugly buzzards.
Best, Bill
NeilM 9 England
28 Dec 2007 4:19PM
amazing detail captured here Graeme.

Neil
albi 12 68 1 England
28 Dec 2007 4:25PM
Nice capture mate, love the wing form....

Tony
robway 11 318 Wales
28 Dec 2007 5:08PM
Superb capture, lots of lovely detail.
John
chinny 11 492 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2008 4:22PM

Quote:I have no interest in captive birds for photography


Very good for practice though if your starting out !

Smile
leeg 13 165
3 Jan 2008 12:16AM
I'm not just starting out, so "I" still have no interest in captive birds for photographic subjects... read my comment again Chinny :o)
chinny 11 492 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2008 4:18PM

Quote:I'm not just starting out, so "I" still have no interest in captive birds for photographic subjects... read my comment again Chinny :o)


Ok but Gigrin is nearly captive

Wink
leeg 13 165
6 Jan 2008 12:06AM
Ask Chris if you can stroke one next time you're up practising then ;o)
albi 12 68 1 England
7 Jan 2008 6:20PM

Quote: Ask Chris if you can stroke one next time you're up practising then ;o)]

LMAO....... Smile

7 Apr 2008 3:19PM
Nice picture.
Well done
Dave

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